Things to do in Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh is a place that is known for the wonderful sunshine and the peaceful atmosphere. If you are looking for white sandy beaches or the party of a lifetime, Sharm El Sheikh has exactly what you are looking for.

Some places of interest

Sharm El Sheikh holidays are not just about lounging around in the sun – there’s plenty to see and do.

The well-loved Auqa-park city is the perfect place to take the kids for a day out in the sun. With over thirty splash pads, water slides and water playgrounds for every age group, this is truly one of the best places to spend a day out with the family. Grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop while the kids enjoy the water.

Bedouin village of Dahab is the place to be if shopping is your thing. You can find some of Egypt’s lowest priced items in this shoppers paradise. You will be able to find great deals on all jewellery, perfumes and leather goods if you have the ability to bargain with the shop owners.

Beaches and Watersports

If you are the type of person who does not enjoy getting wet, then you will be overjoyed to know that there are numerous glass bottomed boat trips that will take you out into the red sea, which will give you and your family the opportunity to go fishing without any risk at all. Watching the sea creatures through the bottom of the boat you are on is a truly fabulous experience that you will never get to do often

Sharm El Sheikh is a very popular place to go diving. The Ras Mohammed Natural Park is one of the places that offer guests perfectly clear water, a large variety of tropical fish and fantastically beautiful reefs. The Camel dive centre is one of the places that you can find out all you need to know about diving. There are classes available for beginners, so no one has to miss out on this wonderful opportunity.

And then there are the beaches themselves – white sand, friendly people and wonderfully hot weather. While you are down at the beach, you might want to try out some of the great watersports such as renting a jetski or trying out wake boarding for the first time. There are endless hours that can be spent down on the beaches in Sharm El Sheikh.

Sightseeing and the history of Sharm El Sheikh

Take a guided tour through the Sinai desert in the dark of the morning to see the famous St Catherine’s Monastery and capture the amazing sunrise that can be seen nowhere else in the world.

Go on a four by four drive through the canyon and be witness to the amazing colours that the earth produces in this region. A perfect place to get some really wonderful shots of true natural beauty.

Ever been on a camel? Well, if you have not, then this is where you will have the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing ride on this desert animal. Not your cup of tea? Then you could rather opt for a quad bike ride through the dunes or just do both!

Nightlife and parties

You need to go to Na’ama Bay to experience a truly cosmopolitan night out on the town. Sharm El Sheikh is packed full of great restaurants, pubs, clubs and more. Be sure to get the locals to tell you where the hotspots are.

All the shops in this area stay open till late at night, which means that there are a few extra hours for the shopaholics to get their fix





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